- the 2020 toyota rav4 lineup has starting prices that vary among the different trim levels, but none so drastic they'll affect sales of this extremely popular crossover.
- the 2020 rav4 xle's base price drops by $305, while the hybrid limited goes up by $780.
- toyota also gives the entire rav4 lineup newly standard features including android auto capability and siriusxm satellite radio and adds the trd off-road model.
depending on trim level, the 2020 toyota rav4 could cost up to $780 more or as much as $305 less than the previous model year.
now that toyota has released pricing for its popular compact crossover, we know which models have had their starting prices hiked and which ones have been slashed.
the base le model begins at $26,970, which is $200 more than the year before. the all-wheel-drive version receives the same increase along with the optional drivetrain's $1200 surcharge ($28,170 total).
the ritzier xle model actually costs $305 less than the previous model year, regardless whether it is front- or all-wheel drive, with a new starting price of $28,265. the awd equivalent starts at $29,665 for 2020. an all-new xle premium trim slots into the lineup this year and commands $30,970 out of the gate.
the rugged-looking adventure is also cheaper for 2020 at $34,075 (down $95). however, it's no longer the toughest rav4 now that the all-new trd off-road model has taken over that title. the trd trim will set you back $36,300 before any options.
the top-of-the-line rav4 limited now starts at $36,900 (up $730). add $1400 for all-wheel-drive models. those who want the hybrid limited with standard all-wheel drive will have to spend $850 more than the gasoline-only rav4 limited awd. starting at $37,750, the hybrid version costs $780 more than it did the previous model year. the hybrid xle ($30,515) and xse ($35,170) are both up $260.
thankfully, toyota hasn't just fiddled with the rav4's pricing for nothing. every 2020 model now comes with android auto capability and siriusxm satellite radio as standard.